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Category: Ignatian Solidarity Network

Report on the ISN Teach-In For Justice 2021

The first weekend of November, Activists from Jesuit Institutions from across our Nation came to bear witness on issues of Social Justice that need immediate attention.  Jesuit College and High School students and their teachers were joined by Jesuit Parish Representatives to share their strengths, experiences and hope for a world we know is possible.  The atmosphere at the Washington D.C. Hilton Hotel and Conference center was electrifying.  There was a clear sense of urgency on a number of fronts: Systemic Racism, Immigration & Refugees and the Environment.

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ISN’s Response to the Verdict in the Trial of Derek Chauvin

Yesterday’s verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin represents two steps forward: one toward accountability in policing and another in upholding the inherent dignity of all people. As a network rooted in Catholic tradition and the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola, we recognize the need to reflect—not only on

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Ignatian Family Teach in for Justice 2021

REGISTRATION UPDATE: WE’RE GOING HYBRID! October 16 | VirtualNovember 6-8 | Washington Hilton | Washington, D.C. Save the date for the largest annual Catholic social justice conference in the U.S. Get ready to be inspired and energized to work for a“faith that does justice”! Registration and the IFTJ site will

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21-Day Catholic Environmental Justice Challenge

APRIL 23-MAY 16 Walk with other Catholics as we learn, pray, and take action for environmental justice.  In his encyclical Laudato Si’, Pope Francis invites all people to act on behalf of creation. This call to action is grounded in the principle of integral ecology—the idea that environmental, social, political, and

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Second Sunday of Lent

People utilize Lent for all sorts of mixed motives. Lent may be the season to jump start New Year’s Resolutions. It may be that time of year to reignite prayer, to revitalize relationships, to lose weight, to avoid chocolate, give up whiskey, end the salty language, and get away from

First Sunday of Lent

Pope Francis published his Lenten message this year 2024. He insists on our need to counter a “globalization of indifference.” He writes our Lenten journey will be concrete if… we realize that, even today, we remain under the rule of Pharoah, who is the ruler of whatever makes us weary

Second Sunday of Lent

People utilize Lent for all sorts of mixed motives. Lent may be the season to jump start New Year’s Resolutions. It may be that time of year to reignite prayer, to revitalize relationships, to lose weight, to avoid chocolate, give up whiskey, end the salty language, and get away from

First Sunday of Lent

Pope Francis published his Lenten message this year 2024. He insists on our need to counter a “globalization of indifference.” He writes our Lenten journey will be concrete if… we realize that, even today, we remain under the rule of Pharoah, who is the ruler of whatever makes us weary

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